This Historical Marker is 18 Miles East of Bozeman
This Historical Marker is 100 miles SE of Bozeman between Roscoe and Absaroka
Bozeman Tombstone Text: In Memory of John M. Bozeman Aged 32 years Killed by Blackfeet Indians on the Yellowstone April 18 1868
He was a native of Georgia. He was one of the first settlers of Bozeman and from whom the town takes it's name
Allison Bozeman Lawhon and Barry Bozeman at Bozeman Tombstone
The Bozeman Tombstone is seen on the far right in the Story Family Plot
The Tombstone is also for W S McKmvzee aged 85 from Georgia "a friend"
Bozeman picture and watch in Museum of the Rockies Exhibit
Bozeman revolver and powder horn
Text (including wrong birthdate) in museum exhibit
"The Death of John M. Bozeman" Painting
Painting description in museum exhibit
Judge Charles Howard Bozeman and Allison Bozeman Lawhon at The Bozeman Hotel
The Bozeman - stained glass window
Bozeman Opera House stained glass at the Museum of the Rockies
Bozeman Comes of Age plack on Main Street in Bozeman MT.
The C. Howard & Barbara Bozeman Family on Main Street
Judge C. Howard Bozeman and Allison on Main Street
Each street lamp on Main Street has flowers and this banner.